Executive Development

In Leaders We (Don’t) Trust

By Briana Goldman on March 19, 2018

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We have four major institutions around the world—NGOs, business, media, and government—and we don’t trust any of them. It’s our responsibility, as leaders, to step up and commit to creating trust. Here are four ways to start addressing this daunting topic with your team—to help you create a healthier environment.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Listen, learn and lead

By Matt Norquist on March 8, 2018

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When we make a conscious effort to lead inclusively, we incorporate diverse experiences, opinions and perspectives into our decision making. This is the starting point to achieving gender parity in leadership. Today, as we recognize International Women’s Day, I’m reminded of all of the remarkable women leaders in my life and the profound impact that they’ve had on me personally and professionally. I’m also reminded that we have a long way to go to reach gender equality.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Women in Leadership

How will things be different with your leadership?

By Mark Hannum on March 5, 2018

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Vision is key to leadership, and vision starts by understanding context, your organization, and yourself. It’s important to understand who you are. Why do you want a leadership role? What about you is going to create that cascade of people doing the right things to achieve something bigger than themselves?

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Tripping over our own bias [And why it doesn’t serve us]

By Susan MacKenty Brady on February 27, 2018

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We all have biases–conscious and unconscious. Both ways impact behavior. We automatically assume things about people born and raised in certain cities, countries, regions, etc. We judge people by how they look or present themselves to the world. We don’t do it on purpose, but we are all guilty of some sort of bias and judgment. Imagine if you unknowingly carry these thoughts into the workplace.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management, Women in Leadership

Leaders, enlarge your podium!

By Mark Hannum on February 14, 2018

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The essence of purposeful leadership is finding the “why” within yourself, and then enlarging your podium to include other leaders who have similar “whys”—or who are inspired enough to adapt your same “why.” The purposeful leader uses this collective energy to organize and energize efforts to achieve the “why.”

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Are you becoming a wise leader?

By Richard Leider on February 12, 2018

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So, how does one go from being a smart leader to becoming a wise leader? Start by seeing the world differently—from the inside out. A wise leader is constantly becoming more self‐aware. Without self‐awareness, it’s very hard to move out of smartness.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development, Talent Management

What’s “purpose” actually about?

By Matt Norquist on February 8, 2018

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Searches for the terms “purpose” and “purposeful” have been on the rise. It seems like media, investors, businesspeople and society at large have been enamored with doing good—and with the term “purpose”—lately. The reality is that purpose can mean very different things depending on who you are talking to.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Inclusive Leadership, Leadership Development, Talent Management

Women leaders, it’s time to glide (not jump) over the hurdles in front of us

By Susan MacKenty Brady on February 5, 2018

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The reality is that bias—and the other hurdles in the workforce may be impacting us. The good news is that we can control these and they can actually help us advance. The behavior change starts with us.

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Women in Leadership

Drum roll, please: Top 5 posts from 2017

By Sarah Breigle on January 29, 2018

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The end of the year is a time for reflection—and for our editorial staff to take a look back to see what resonated with our readers in 2017. As it turns out, topics like purpose, coaching, and resilience were top-of-mind for you—so, without further ado, here are the top five stories of 2017!

Posted in Blog, Executive Development, Leadership Development

Leaders Don’t Need Answers; They Just Need Great Questions

By Susie Kelleher on November 14, 2017

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Leaders often feel they need to have all of the answers; that’s why we were promoted, right? Wrong. Leaders need to have great questions and live in a place of curiosity without judgement.

Posted in Blog, Coaching, Executive Development, Leadership Development

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